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Grrrrr

Post by Rich » Thu Nov 08, 2012 10:19 am

Grrrrrr.....

Any one got a bazooka I can buy ?

(And I don't mean bubblegum)
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Re: Grrrrr

Post by Gothmog » Thu Nov 08, 2012 10:57 am

I'm quite partial to the axe or the chainsaw - they add a personnal note that a bazooka just lacks.
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Re: Grrrrr

Post by Baz » Thu Nov 08, 2012 11:03 am

i find hands or a small harp knife lets you enjoy their pain that little bit more as you are up close and personal....
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Re: Grrrrr

Post by Gothmog » Thu Nov 08, 2012 11:13 am

Sure, but the maniacal laugh is much more suited to the axe or chainsaw wielder, and it is so satisfying.
Of course, there's always the flamethrower, so that you can scream "BUUUURNNN!!!! BURN YOU FUCKERS!!!!!".
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Re: Grrrrr

Post by Rich » Fri Nov 09, 2012 2:28 am

No, nothing like that, all I want to do is make sure something ends up in little pieces.

Mind you, if it's anything like The Thing it will probably crawl back together so a flame thrower is a better bet.

Yep.

A Flame thrower coupled with a Bazooka.

Gothmog, just so there's no misunderstanding, please translate your last scream into French for me.
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Re: Grrrrr

Post by slinkyjib » Fri Nov 09, 2012 4:12 am

I'm with Baz on this one.

I think it may come from that experience of working in local government... A liking to see the whites of thier eyes as the life drains out of 'em.

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Re: Grrrrr

Post by VLozano » Fri Nov 09, 2012 6:12 am

"something" is something that can hold an R/2 installed on it?

I'm with the axe for relax or katana for elegance. If you must crash any kind of "hardware", a mallet or a morning star... All those solutions are more personal, allow you the chance to be sure the solution has been implemented (or de-plemented) and you know there will not be collateral damages.

An ABAPer with a bazooka... are you sure which hole must be pointing to the target? Completely sure?
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Re: Grrrrr

Post by swright » Sat Nov 10, 2012 2:11 am

Rich wrote: Any one got a bazooka I can buy ?
Ummm I've got a couple of bazookas ... at least I think so, my understanding is coloured by watching Carry On films. :oops:

They're not for sale sorry and I'm not sure how they'd help :?
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Re: Grrrrr

Post by Rich » Mon Nov 12, 2012 2:27 am

VLozano wrote:"something" is something that can hold an R/2 installed on it?

I'm with the axe for relax or katana for elegance. If you must crash any kind of "hardware", a mallet or a morning star... All those solutions are more personal, allow you the chance to be sure the solution has been implemented (or de-plemented) and you know there will not be collateral damages.

An ABAPer with a bazooka... are you sure which hole must be pointing to the target? Completely sure?
No, the something is not something that will hold R/2 on it. That's relatively stable. Unfortunately my mate in SAP Canada couldn't get hold of R/2 and SAP Walldorf just looked at me as though I'm deranged.

I already have a 14th century daisho and I'm not going to dirty that on this other something.

As for Sandy, how about for rent ?? I'm sure I could find a good use for them even if it is sub-letting them to Bryson.
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Re: Grrrrr

Post by VLozano » Mon Nov 12, 2012 2:46 am

Then go to a hardware store and buy a big mallet. You will feel better after some seconds of good use of it.
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Re: Grrrrr

Post by Rich » Mon Nov 12, 2012 2:47 am

VLozano wrote:Then go to a hardware store and buy a big mallet. You will feel better after some seconds of good use of it.
I don't want to get covered in blood and gore.
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Re: Grrrrr

Post by VLozano » Tue Nov 13, 2012 2:43 am

ouch... you were talking about "something", not "someone" nor "some living being". No more advices from here, sorry... I know some living beings don't deserve to live, but as Gandalf said...
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Re: Grrrrr

Post by Rich » Tue Nov 13, 2012 2:46 am

VLozano wrote:ouch... you were talking about "something", not "someone" nor "some living being". No more advices from here, sorry... I know some living beings don't deserve to live, but as Gandalf said...
A new technique for your English Vic. It's called "Reading between the lines".
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Re: Grrrrr

Post by thx4allthefish » Wed Nov 14, 2012 8:15 am

Rich wrote:... SAP Walldorf just looked at me as though I'm deranged.
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Re: Grrrrr

Post by blueteeth » Wed Nov 14, 2012 12:25 pm

thx4allthefish wrote:
Rich wrote:... SAP Walldorf just looked at me as though I'm deranged.
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I'd prefer something more macabre than needing a ginger flavoured lozenge : The maniacal laughter of Mini Me:

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